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  • I'm Kevin Hart, your host of "What the Fit."

  • About to go pick up a friend of mine-- Anna Kendrick.

  • You may know her from a lot of movies.

  • Aww, she's so adorable. So adorable.

  • - Kevin Hart. - What are you doing, lady?

  • Um, I'm just standing on the street

  • - hoping a celebrity would come and pick me up. - With your thumb out.

  • Do you have, like, any idea

  • of how much fun you're gonna have today?

  • - Um, no. - No, no, okay.

  • It's, like, the most fun ever.

  • Okay, I'm increasingly nervous

  • 'cause you're selling this really hard.

  • Kevin: I'm selling it, because if I don't sell it

  • and I don't make you feel comfortable,

  • then I'm not doing my job.

  • Yeah, and then I'm gonna tweet about it.

  • "Don't go and work out with Kevin ( bleep ) Hart."

  • No, you can't tell people that.

  • You gotta tell people the complete opposite.

  • All right, here's what we're gonna do.

  • We're going to embrace the world

  • of, like, jumpy dodgeball.

  • - Anna: I feel a sense of solidarity with you. - Kevin: Uh-huh.

  • - We're both, um, on the shorter side. - Great word, by the way.

  • I thought that we would also share,

  • maybe a hatred for sports like dodgeball, because--

  • Why would you have a hatred for dodgeball?

  • Because I played it in middle school!

  • Was it not a good experience? What happened?

  • I don't know if you know this about being a small person,

  • but, you know, you get picked last for stuff.

  • - You're not thought of as super athletic. - Last? What?

  • I'm like those baby gazelles that are injured

  • - on those nature documentaries. - Oh, my God.

  • I'm small with the mentality of big.

  • I was the kid that was like, "I'ma ( bleep ) y'all up."

  • - A lot of smack. Okay. - Yeah, that's what I'ma do.

  • And they was like, "Whoa. No cursing at the teachers."

  • And I was like, "All right."

  • I was a Chihuahua. ( barking )

  • My Chihuahua is one of those Chihuahuas that's owned by

  • a rich white lady that gets their nails done.

  • - That's-- okay. - So they've got the manicure.

  • - Now I get it. - ( barks )

  • ( barking ) That was me.

  • - Yeah. - So that's where I got off.

  • - I could picture that, yeah. - But you-- you weren't.

  • And dodgeball went bad because of...

  • I mean, I guess you're not getting a lot of injuries,

  • but there are spiritual injuries.

  • Spiritual. Spiritual injuries, okay.

  • Why don't we stop at one of them little psychic places,

  • you know, where they can see into the future?

  • What if somebody looks in to what we're about to do to tell you--

  • And they're like, "Anna, you're gonna get tall one day."

  • Well, they may not say that.

  • But they may say, "This thing that Kevin Hart

  • has planned for you is gonna be fine and fun."

  • People come to me for three reasons--

  • - romance, finance, or hot pants. - What does that mean?

  • Where's my money? Are they coming back? Is this the one?

  • That's why people usually come to see psychics.

  • I wanted to go see one about a--

  • an STD. I didn't know if I had one.

  • - Yeah, yeah? - It was confusing for me.

  • And you thought a psychic was the best way,

  • - rather than a physician? - At the time, I didn't have insurance.

  • - Got ya. - So you do what you gotta do.

  • So, I said to the psychic, "I need you to look at this."

  • So you did a physical examination.

  • Well, I thought I could. They threw me out

  • - Gotcha. - once they figured out that they couldn't do,

  • - That tracks. - yeah, what I wanted.

  • But that's the only time I've ever went.

  • - But it wasn't. - Okay.

  • But, like, give me a wink if he's definitely got a couple STDs.

  • Kevin: Well, it wouldn't be "got." It would be "had."

  • All right, Paul, this is my friend.

  • I want to take her to do an activity.

  • This activity that you're doing is physical, yes?

  • - Yes. - It's physical.

  • It is also, uh--

  • oh, it's childhood concern.

  • Is this playground trauma?

  • - Well, school, yeah. - Yeah, yeah? Yeah, yeah?

  • Okay, draw a card for me, please, Anna.

  • - Great. - Which card do we have for you?

  • Let's see. Oh, the Empress.

  • Now, this is about fruition.

  • This is about getting the better of this fear.

  • - Mm. - You no longer have to be affected by it.

  • You effect the situation.

  • - Meaning, if it's kids... - Mm-hmm.

  • ...and she wants to throw a ball in one of the kids' faces,

  • - you're now in charge of the situation. - I'm in charge of that.

  • - You're in charge of it. - I can do that.

  • - Absolutely. - Great.

  • - At one point, you were the kid. - Right.

  • Really, we always get both sides of every story.

  • - You know what this reminds me of? - Paul: Hmm?

  • Uh, it reminds me of a little saying that I heard,

  • and it really goes hand-in-hand,

  • which is, "You can walk all you want.

  • But, eventually, somebody got to cook the hot dog."

  • - I love that saying. - And that's gonna be you.

  • Kevin: That's gonna be your dream.

  • Meaning, it's your job to cut the grass.

  • I love that.

  • My mom used to say that.

  • Now, I know you're probably saying to yourself already,

  • 'cause you're a psychic, and I didn't want to tell her,

  • but I have, you know, I don't have training,

  • but I do have the same ability...

  • - Indeed. - to tap into those places.

  • I'm really on a quest to do so many more things

  • - in my fitness journey. - Mm-hmm.

  • And, uh, you know, will I ever get "People's" Sexiest Man Alive?

  • Will I ever get it? What's that?

  • The unseen hand of good. It's a big yes.

  • It's a big yes. The unseen...

  • I feel like you're being really nice.

  • So, is she gonna be good today?

  • - She's gonna be great today. - That's the basic--

  • Just remember, stay right here. Stay right here.

  • - Okay. Great. - You're gonna be fine. You're gonna be fine.

  • - Thank you, Jesus! - Go win!

  • - Thank you. I'm excited. - You're welcome, my darling.

  • - We'll see you. - ( music playing )

  • Man: Long shot, long shot!

  • Nice hands.

  • Out!

  • - All right, come on. - Whoo!

  • - Tuck that in. - Come on, Anna. Come with me.

  • Oh! Oh, wait. Hold, hold, hold.

  • - Hello, Saucys! - Woman: Hello.

  • - How are you? - Welcome to professional dodgeball practice.

  • This is amazing.

  • Hey, this is my team.

  • - Got it. - My name's Mick.

  • This is how we train for ultimate dodgeball.

  • - Okay. - You're small people, so you're good.

  • - Is that-- Small people? - I'm not sure--

  • - Is that a good thing? - Smaller targets.

  • - You're easier to dodge. - Oh, so it's cooler to be small.

  • - Oh, absolutely. - You hear that?

  • - You hear that? - Great. That's great.

  • - You see that right there? - I think they're ready.

  • - You know what? - ( both barking )

  • All right, all right. We got practice. We got practice, guys.

  • - That's our thing. - Woman: Good, good, good.

  • - Let's go. Kevin. - Can I see it?

  • Don't fear the ball. That's the number one rule.

  • When a ball's coming at you, you gotta take that.

  • You gotta take it, Anna.

  • That's the problem with a lot of people out here.

  • They're not willing to just take a couple balls.

  • That's it. Take the balls. Gotcha.

  • Let's get Trey on this pad right here.

  • Let's get some balls. We're gonna throw these at him.

  • - Kevin: Yeah. - Mick: All right. This is what a real dodger does.

  • Whoo!

  • - Wow! - Kevin: Oh, wow.

  • - All right, Kevin. - Let me go.

  • - Now it's your turn to dodge. - Here we go.

  • All of Saucy, we're throwing at him at the same time.

  • - Okay. - Everybody on Kevin on three.

  • Good luck! 'Cause it's about to get loose--

  • - One, two, three! - ( grunting )

  • Mick: You gotta dodge, Kevin.

  • - Whoo! - Goddamn it, you can't see 'em all.

  • - You gotta be more elusive. - There are so many of them.

  • We're changing. Anna, your turn now.

  • Anna, I